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    Week January 12th~

     

    Hello Jet Families!  We hope 2020  is treating you well!  We have a busy week and lots of announcements, so please pay close attention.

    Report Cards:  As you know, we no longer mail report cards home.  However, First Semester Grades are now posted in the AERIES Parent Portal. 

    Spring Musical Auditions:  Auditions for Encinal’s Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, will take place this week, January 14th and 15th at 3:30pm in the cafeteria.  Additionally, there is a dance audition for the musical on Thursday, January 16th at 3:30.  Sign up for an audition time and to get more information at:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A084BA5CFA31-25th

    Cap & Gown Orders:  Orders for caps/gowns and graduation announcements will be on Wednesday and Thursday, January 15th and 16th during lunch in front of the Media Center.  These are the only order days so all seniors must order their caps and gowns at this time.  You may also place your grad order on-line at Jostens.com by January 16th.  For more information, please contact Amy Keegan in the Counseling Office.

    ELAC Meeting:   The ELAC Committee (English Language Acquisition) will be meeting on Thursday of this week at 5:00pm in the College & Career Center.  All are welcome. 

    PTSA & SSC Meetings:  PTSA and SSC will have a joint meeting on Thursday, January 16th at 6:00pm.  Superintendent Pasquale Scuderi will be our guest speaker.  All are welcome.

    Open Enrollment Closes:  Open Enrollment closes on Friday, January 17th.  If you have a child interested in attending Junior Jets next year, the last day to take advantage of “sibling preference” is this Friday.  Please visit the district website and fill out the brief application on the Enrollment section of the website (under Open Enrollment).

    Looking Ahead:

    Monday, January 20th is a school holiday in honor the Martin Luther King, Jr.

    AP Exams must be paid for no later than March 11th in the Banking Office.

    Celebrations:

    Tuesday night (January 14th) Encinal will be showcased at the Board of Education Meeting.  In addition, we will be honoring teacher, Diana Kenney and classified employee Faylene Allen.  Both Diana and Faylene are staff members who always go above and beyond in supporting the students of Encinal.

    Nia Lustig-Ellison and Zoey Ericson were just accepted to the DAJA Program.  The Justice Academy is offered to juniors and seniors interested in learning more about law, justice, social justice and the courts.  During the summer, each DAJA Intern is placed at a paid internship at either a government agency, private law office, police department, nonprofit organization focused on social justice, or an office of an elected official.  Students gain hands-on work experience through their internship placements.  Congratulations Nia and Zoe!

                                                                                   

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      About Us

      Encinal Junior Senior High serves a diverse group of students, and our academic programs reflect that diversity. We promote academic rigor, in-depth study, challenging coursework, and a range of study that complements a variety of student interests. The curriculum is college preparatory, filled with honors and Advanced Placement (AP) classes and allows for the individual progression of students’ aptitudes and interests during their stay at EJSH.

      The high school education program is structured so that every student will fulfill graduation and college entrance requirements. Our diverse educational programs ensure that students are competitive candidates for top colleges and universities.